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African Development Bank Rejuvenates Its Bank-Civil Society Committee

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Mbeki edmond

Apr 27, 2024

mobilizing civil society organizations for Bank initiatives,

 A Force for Progress: The committee encourages collaboration between the Bank and civil society organizations (CSOs) across the continent. This powerful partnership promotes inclusive and sustainable development that benefits all.
Working session with Afrobarometers : Josephine Appiah Nyamekye Sanny, Communications and Knowledge Manager (Afrobarometer) - Maame Akua Amoah Twum Director Communications (Afrobarometer) - Edward NSOBE Capacity Building Officer, African Development Bank - Minemba TRAORE West Africa Officer, African Development Bank

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has renewed its Bank-Civil Society Committee, reinforcing its commitment to inclusive growth across Africa.

Zeneb Toure, the Manager of Civil Society and Community Engagement at AfDB, highlighted the committee's role as an advisory body aimed at enhancing civil society's impact on the continent's development.

The committee, continuing the efforts of its predecessors from 2020-2023, will focus on mobilizing civil society organizations for Bank initiatives, engaging in policy discussions, and promoting knowledge exchange.

The Bank promises regular updates on the Committee's progress in fostering sustainable development through powerful partnerships with civil society organizations.

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